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'Hobart was the Guderian, in some ways also the Rommel, of the British Army few men have left so deep an impression on people, and on their profession - in this case on the evolution of military technique.'
Captain Sir Basil Liddell Hart
'A brilliant study of a great man. A story every army officer should read. His place in the history of modern warfare is secure - marked by his vision and deep professional understanding, underlined by immense courage, devotion to duty and determination - characteristics which brought him to the borders of genius. Kenneth Macksey is to be warmly congratulated on making a very solid contribution to the written record of the Royal Tank Regiment and for drawing so sure a picture of its greatest member.'
'I enjoyed the book enormously. Hobo was superb as GOC 79th Armoured Division.'
Montgomery of Alamein
|1||Rather a Bold Air||3|
|3||Frustration and Kut al Amara||31|
|6||The First Tank Brigade||97|
|7||Prophet in His Own Country||133|
|8||The Journey to Egypt||155|
|9||When the Thumbs are Turned Down||177|
|10||The Black Bull||196|
|11||The Best of the Black Bull||223|
|14||The Last Rivers||299|